St. Bruno the Great

St. Bruno the Great, the youngest son of King Henry I and St. Matilda, was born in 925. He was a courtier for his brother, Emperor Otto I, before becoming abbot of Lorsch and Corvei. The saint later became archbishop of Cologne. He founded the monastery of St. Pantaleon at Cologne. He died in 965 in Rheims, France.

Catholic Review

The Catholic Review is the official publication of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.